Nagi Noda

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Nagi Noda (野田 凪 Noda Nagi?) (1973 – September 7, 2008) was a Japanese pop artist and director born in Tokyo.

Among her works are the short film Mariko Takahashi's Fitness Video for Being Appraised as an "Ex-fat Girl", the half-panda-half-something-else Hanpanda life-sized figures, and the video for Japanese singer Yuki's song "Sentimental Journey". Other works include direction of a television advertisement for Coca-Cola (with music by Jack White), collaboration with Medicom Toy to produce Nagi Noda Be@rbrick, the video for the Scissor Sisters song "She's My Man", and the video for "Hearts On Fire" by Cut Copy, it was the last music video she made.

Nagi died on September 7, 2008, at age 35, after surgical complications from injuries sustained in a traffic accident the previous year.[1]

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